Free In School Summer Food Service Meals

Burlington-Edison School District will provide free in school meals to the community throughout the summer at these locations.
All meals must be consumed on-site at the designated meal times.  
There will be no Meal Box Program offered this summer. 

 West View Elementary, 515. W Victoria Ave.
Monday-Friday,  June 27st – August 19th,  Breakfast 8:00-8:30am, Lunch 11:30-12:00pm 
Allen Elementary, 17145 Cook Rd.
Monday-Friday, July 5th – August 19t,    Breakfast 8:00-8:30am, Lunch 11:30-12:00pm
Lucille Umbarger Elementary, 820 Skagit St.
Tuesday-Friday, July 5th – July 29th, Breakfast 8:30-9:00am, Lunch 12:00-12:30pm

Food Service Brochure


eat 5 a day

The Burlington Edison School District participates in a federally funded School Breakfast and Lunch meal program. Free and Reduced Priced Meals are available to families who qualify, applications are available on line. Download and complete the application and return it to the food service office. Families will be notified of their eligibility. ALSO - at the same time you can find out if you qualify for Internet Essentials - Click HERE for more information.

Meal Prices


Free: K-12 No Charge

Reduced: K-12 No Charge

Paid: K-6 $ 1.50, 7-12 $ 1.75

Adult $ 3.25

Milk Sold Separately $ 0.60

Free: K-12 No Charge
Reduced: K-3 No Charge, 4-12 $0.40
Paid: K-6 $ 2.75, 7-12 $ 3.00
Adult $ 4.25
Milk Sold Separately $ 0.60

lunch food

It is the goal of the Burlington Edison Child Nutrition Department to provide meals that meet the health and nutritional needs of our students. Students are offered a variety of appealing food choices daily and can make selections that meet the following program requirements:

Breakfast Meal Requirements

½ pint of Low Fat Milk

½ cup Juice, Fruit or Vegetable

2 oz. of Grain or 2 oz. of Protein or a combination of 1 oz. each.

 Lunch Meal Requirements½ pint of Low Fat Milk¾ cup Fruit/Vegetable

8 servings of Grain / Week

2 oz. serving of Protein

student getting lunch

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